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FOX News
Sep 20, 2012 8:00pm PDT
% say helped. 36 hurt. virginia, 42% say president obama's economic policies have helped. 37% hurt. amazing to me. joining us now to try to explain it, miss laura ingraham who is in washington. you talk to the folks every day on your radio program. try to put yourself in the shoes of people who are saying, yeah, his economic policies helped the country. where are they coming from? >> let's first deal with the virginia numbers, bill. i think in virginia, especially in northern virginia, which is so critical in this new battle ground state, northern virginia voters have been both directly and indirectly helped by the federal government. directly by just jobs, working in the federal government. they commute over the bridge to dc every day. indirectly because of very large defense contracts and other government contracts that spin off into private industry in the area. so for them, the government presence and the cultivation of it is very important to the economic life blood of the region. people who have jobs in restaurants, hotels, drivers, they're all beneficiaries of this very larg
FOX News
Sep 19, 2012 8:00pm EDT
. again, 106 electoral votes up for grabs. president obama up three states. florida 49, 44. virginia 50, 43. if that's true, and that holds, then the governor loses, correct? >> you know,. we have got more polls than you can ever imagine. do you know how many national polls and daily tracking polls have been in the last 80 days? 83. if you imagine the national polls how many state polls we have h we have got to be careful about them. first of all be careful about reading too much into the polls. in mid september of 1980, ronald reagan was trailing jimmy carter 44 to 40 despite double digit inflation, double digit unemployment and double digit interest rates. by mid october reagan had dropped 1 point to 39 and carter had risen three points to 47. yet, as we all know it turned out a big blow out. >> bill: let me get this straight. in 1980, in the middle of october, just three weeks before the vote, carter was up 47-39 over reagan? >> right. now, part of this is, yeah, and the gallup. >> bill: that's amazing. >> we forget about it now. i remember at the time people -- i was the director of
FOX News
Sep 8, 2012 1:00am PDT
think about these most recent polls, especially in places like virginia. >> wishful thinking. mitt romney who according to gallup did not get any kind of bounce whatsoever. we will see what obama's bounce is. he will get a bounce not because of what he said. bill clinton's speech michelle obama's virginia. look, these polls are, you know, i don't like to look at these polls on a day-to-day basis. they shift. what you have to look at is the weekly average, monthly average and where they're trending. and after convention bounces, you know, every year we have convention bounces from one party or another. let's see where we are debates about a month. >> laura: we have $100 million raised by mitt romney in august. is he doing something right because the business community is obviously opening up its wallet for him big time. way outraising money for obama. obama had to bring in rahm emanuel to raise money. is he going hat in hand can you spare 10 million? not a dime. given this, kristen, the strategy on the part of the president is the right one though, really, is it not? he cannot run o
FOX News
Sep 11, 2012 11:00pm EDT
five points in ohio. ahead by three to five points in virginia. he wins those two states, he'll win the presidency. the president has that lead right now. i think it's because some americans are beginning to feel that we're coming back, but even more important, what i think the democratic party has done a good job over the summer is raising questions about mitt romney. >> bill: demonizing romney as a guy who is out of touch. i have always said from the very beginning here that the debates are going to tell the tale. i ohm got 30 seconds. >> crucial. absolutely. why mitt romney is spending so much time right now on his debate prep. his last big chance starts on october 3. >> bill: he's got to do what ronald reagan did to jimmy carter. >> big moment. >> bill: we'll see you on "good morning america" i hope. >> take care. >> bill: plenty more ahead. chicago teachers ou on strike. some believe there is a socialist communist inside that union. is it legal on a man who murdered his wife wants to be a woman and have us pay for it. woman and have us pay for it. we're co ♪ one, two, three,
FOX News
Sep 22, 2012 4:00am EDT
new fox news poll contains surprising data from the key swing states of florida, ohio and virginia. voter there's apparently believe the economic policies of barack obama have helped more than hurt the economy. that is simply stunning. unemployment remains above 8%. wages down big. national debt $16 trillion. and the annual deficit is now well over $1 trillion a year. and likely voters think president obama's economic policies are helping? again, inexplicable. i had a conversation with laura ingram where i had speculation why this might be happening which i don't like to do. millions of us addicted to texting, entertainment websites, gaming, blocking out the world whenever we want to. it is now possible to live in an alternate universe operated out of your home or in our hand. you never have to deal with reality. always some fantasy you can create. economic issues are boring and complicated. there is spin flying all over the place. hard to know what the truth is unless you are out of work, then you know. but to understand what is actually happening in the marketplace you have to pa
FOX News
Sep 1, 2012 1:00am PDT
, university university of virginia politics professor larry sabato. we are watching this play out with the bush blame that is still being sprink celd around quite liberally sprinkled around quite liberally. we are north going to take it anymore. is it working? >> it will work partly because president bush 43, george w. bush has done a smart thing which most presidents are unable to do once they leave office. and that's to actually step off the stage. you know, he has been amazingly quiet. and when you are quiet, even if you have high negatives. you find that those negatives start dropping and the intensity level drops as well. so, you are just not as big a target. it's probably not going to work as well as it might have worked otherwise. larry, then keep also saying mostly democrats of course republicans want to return to the same old. scripted line said by almost every obama surrogate. i also tend to think that those swing voters, and you have studied, this the swing voters want to see what can you do? what's your plan? how are you going to get us moving again and defend your record.
FOX News
Sep 25, 2012 4:00am EDT
states, ohio, florida, virginia and down the list. they are all going badly for mr. romney and being you look at a state like wisconsin which was thought with the nomination of paul ryan might be in play, he is trailing badly out there. now even the senate race, which was thought likely to go to the republic tommy thompson, even that's upside down for the republicans out there and current polling. all of this can change. we have got some distance to go here. it isn't looking gadd for mr. romney in the polling at the moment. >> bill: why do you think that changed since the conventions? what drove the change? >> well, i wish i knew. i'm at a little bit of a locals to understand how this detype gravity: certainly lead defeat incumbent. he seems to be doing just final. part of it was the convention bounce. part of that has faded. part is romney is clumsy and not natural politician. politics is not for amateurs. people complain bitterly about the politicians. some are complaining about romney not being a good campaigner. he may be a fine man and good president he is not a politician
FOX News
Sep 27, 2012 4:00am EDT
. at least madonna has lost her british accent. good point. jim, virginia beach. i never thought i'd say this, but i'm starting to believe in income redistribution. we should start with madonna. another viewer, i've heard people lambaste you, but admit they never watch "the factor." we're doing the rumble for charity. we hope you to go to will kennedy comes out next tuesday ask why are hoping to get the kids involved with jif as well and the factor tip of the this is one for the guys, about shuse and i will never get involved with ladies and footwear. no way. every time i think of that imelda marcos come to mind. if you want to prosper in our society you have to have a nice appearance and shoes are important. but if you wear crummy shoes people notice. you only need two colors, black and broub brown. unless you are pat boone you don't need white bucks. pony up and get the best one. i have bali shoes from eight years ago. polish them every week or so. looking sharp awn translates boo making money. factor tip of the day. that's it for us tonight. check out the factor at billoriley. and
FOX News
Sep 17, 2012 8:00pm PDT
has the president at 48. romney 46. another dead heat. in virginia very key state we don't have a rasmussen yes we do, 49, 48, obama over romney another dead heat. in north carolina, rasmussen has romney up 51-45. i think north carolina is safely in the governor's camp. and but this is interesting. in massachusetts elizabeth warren now up 50% to scott brown's 44%. so, it isn't as if romney's dismal -- i'm not saying that with malice at all t is dismal. if i were a democrat if he is still competitive and muslims burning down everything after he went to choir row and offered him trick or treat candy. if he is still there, that means that there is a problem with the challenger, romney. >> yeah, i don't think it's wrong for democrats to sense that they have some momentum going on right now. that doesn't also mean that romney can't change that and i think that's what he has called. >> what's the momentum based on? what? it's not based on any fact. >> it was a little bit of the convention he didn't have the bounce. it shrunk. the momentum is possibly overstated. >> bill: i don't know wh
FOX News
Sep 13, 2012 1:00am PDT
. you are a 31-year-old woman who is stuck in a virginia slims magazine ad from 1968. get with it. this will show you how stratified this country is right now. if we can't have unanimity on somebody like sandra fluke and say for god's sake you helpless creature, we really are polarized because there is no other time in history that 100% of the population, have said damn it, you don't speak for me, you are embarrassing me, shut up, get a little professor quinn or dr. quinn medicine woman gumps and shut up about it. >> go out to the prayery, earn some money, get a job and buy your own stuff. >> it's really how women -- women, you can't want to be fronted like this. >> bill: i don't know how anybody could be buying. this you made an interesting point that i don't even know if you made it. you know if you made it? >> i meant everything. >> bill: it was so brilliant that i don't even know if you know how. so the democratic party won't say war on terror. it won't say hey, here is the continuation of the war on terror in libya. four our guys assassinated, no, no, no. don't want to offend
FOX News
Sep 5, 2012 8:00pm EDT
governors in states of ohio, kasich, state of indiana, mitch daniels, state of virginia, mcconnell who have improved the economy in the teeth of the recession and devol patrick hasn't. so my question to the governor should he decide to come on the program and that would be when hell freezes over is i don't think this is a guy you want to criticize when your record is worse, deer citizen, am i wrong. >> they were very different times. i will give mitt romney credit where credit is due. he did a lot of good things when he was governor. balancing the budget someone of those things. marianne is right. there were a lot of cuts that occurred. unfortunately when you need to balance the budget, you have to make cuts. and so i think that i would give him credit for that. the area where he gets the most valid criticism, i think, is the jobs situation. we hear all time that he was, you know, massachusetts' 47th in the country in terms of creating jobs during difficult economic time. so that's what's really relevant right now. right now he is saying that he is -- >> bill: that stat is bogus becaus
FOX News
Sep 6, 2012 5:00pm PDT
rove who joins us from richmond, virginia. did you pick that up when she said that? i'm still flabbergasted. >> i think it was a direct response, direct attack on the church. it's going out of her way to say i disagree with the values of my church. remember, this year, no one seriously is talking about ending abortion. what we're talking about is the administration's effort to expand the realm of choice by, for example, requiring churches to provide could not septembertive coverage to their employees regardless of the fact that it violates the deeply most held tenets of that faith. we have attack on religious liberty that's masquerading as choice and miss kennedy tonight sort of threw herself on the side of those who would advocate such an attack on religious liberty. >> not only that, i mean, she cited her catholicism when she didn't have to. this is what -- i don't object it her opinion. she has her opinion and she wants unfettered abortion, that's her opinion. supreme court has ruled abortion is legal in the united states. nobody is denying anybody's rights to anything. but
FOX News
Sep 26, 2012 8:00pm EDT
. jim, virginia beach. i never thought i'd say this, but i'm starting to believe in income redistribution. we should start with madonna. another viewer, i've heard people lambaste you, but admit they never watch "the factor." we're doing the rumble for charity. we hope you to go to therumble2012.com. elena masters, florida, i took the tip of the day and started taking the best and worst things that happen to me. david, utah. bill, enjoy watching the oprah factor, but you need to work on your charm to equal her, something to strive for, david. vicky, walnut creek, california. o'reilly, just gave my 11-year-old nephew "lincoln's last days." will be there another book? it's surprised me. sales are huge for this book. number one in juvenile. "kennedy" comes out next tuesday. we hope to get the kids involved with jfk as well. thank you for asking. finally tonight, the tip of the day. this one for the guys. it's about shoes. i will never ever get involved with ladies and footwear. no way. every time i think of that imelda marcos comes to mind. here's a tip, guys. if you want to p
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